Best Of The Week: Our Top 10 Stories — Mar 25 2011

1. 10 Most Annoying Types Of Fashion Twitterers—A couple we forgot to include (categories that we probably fall into): The Blurry Twitpic Editor At Fashion Week, The "I'll Tweet Only Links", The @Tweeter At Strangers.
2. 5 Ways to Rock The Ponytail This Spring—Ponytails may seem more run-of-the-mill than renegade, but here are five styles that prove you wrong!
3. The Ultimate Fashion Website Blogroll—We recommend you bookmark the last page to get them all in one place!
4. Dead Man Porn: The Most Bangable Dudes In History—Now, off to build a time machine!
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5. Fashion Face-Off: Maxi Vs. Mini Skirts—We're an office divided. Which side of the hem do you fall on?
7. The Ultimate Rain Gear For This Soggy SoCal Weather—It's raining, it's pouring...that's no reason your look should be boring!
8. What Your Street Style Pose Says About You—Can you think of any we missed? We wished we included the "Street Squatter," but we felt it seemed a little crass in the mix.
9. Arm Candy! The Best Bunches Of Bangles—That clacking noise they make when they knock together is one of our favorite things!
10. The Ultimate Spring Beauty Tip Sheet—Do a little spring cleaning...on yourself! Here's to getting spic-and-span for the new season.
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